Grant Fritchey wrote: Eirikur Eiriksson wrote: Jeff Moden wrote:
I have a saying that I borrowed from the Submarine Service about things like that... "Don't worry about the fire... the flooding will put it out". 😀
Same as the English saying "Take care of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves", "take care of the deadlocks and the transactions will take care of themselves"
Still think of deadlocks as an ailment, no healthy measures will ever apply.
Right there with you brother.
The interesting thing is that in the current environment, we are facing millions of transactions per second, which makes one ponder on transactional latency!!
Only a handful of years ago, I was very proud of 30-50K transactions per second on my systems.
We are now not in the space of milliseconds, only takes a few micro seconds to clog the system.